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Monkeypox treatment trial begins in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

NIH partnering with INRB to evaluate tecovirimat (TPOXX).

Scientists discover possible target for treating and preventing osteoarthritis

Wear and tear on joints can lead to inflammation, breakdown of cartilage and development of osteoarthritis. Scientists at UF Scripps Biomedical Research have found a possible new target to fight this painful cascade.

COVID-19 Pandemic negatively affected many children’s mood and education, according to parents

Child Mind Institute survey explores traumatic events, treatment, impacts of the COVID pandemic, and the strategies families use to cope with these pressures.

Differential metabolism between biofilm and suspended Pseudomonas aeruginosa cultures in bovine synovial fluid by 2D NMR-based metabolomics

Total joint arthroplasty is a common surgical procedure resulting in improved quality of life; however, a leading cause of surgery failure is infection.

Characterization and anti-biofilm activity of bacteriophages against urinary tract Enterococcus faecalis isolates

Strong biofilm-forming Enterococcus feacalis urinary tract pathogens (n = 35) were used to determine the lytic spectrum of six bacteriophages isolated from sewage samples.

Research confirms unique danger of postpartum breast cancers

Breast cancers that emerge within five years of giving birth are more likely to spread and become deadly. Additionally, a new study shows that recent childbirth alone is an independent risk factor for breast cancer progression.

Scientists detect dementia signs as early as nine years ahead of diagnosis

Cambridge scientists have shown that it is possible to spot signs of brain impairment in patients as early as nine years before they receive a diagnosis for one of a number of dementia-related diseases.

Researchers identify diabetes drug metformin as potential atrial fibrillation treatment in collaborative research

Cleveland Clinic researchers have identified a common diabetes medication, metformin, as a possible treatment for atrial fibrillation.

Field study of early implementation of UV sources and their relative effectiveness for public health and safety

The emergence of COVID-19 and its corresponding public health burden has prompted industries to rapidly implement traditional and novel control strategies to mitigate the likelihood of SARS-CoV-2 transmission, generating a surge of interest and application of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) sources as disinfection systems.

Supplementation with aged garlic extract improves both NK and γδ-T cell function and reduces the severity of cold and flu symptoms: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled nutrition intervention

Background & aims: Earlier studies show that dietary bioactive compounds can modify proliferation of γδ-T cells. Garlic contains numerous compounds that have this potential and, in addition, has been shown to influence NK cell function. Our primary aim was to demonstrate that aged garlic extract could modify these immune cells.

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